The ways people can donate scholarships to Texas A&M University are countless. So why did Anne B. ’84 and David S. Andras ’85 choose to give to Mays Business School? “It just seemed like the right place for us to give,” David Andras says.

This fall, the Andras family gave $25,000 to Mays to support students as they pursue their careers in business. The Anne B. ’84 and David S. Andras ’85 Endowed Scholarship will support Texas residents pursuing a degree in finance and will target students with financial need.

David Andras graduated with a BBA in finance and worked for Enterprise Products as gas trader for 12 years before entering the custom homes industry as a builder. After five years as a builder, he worked in the real estate development industry and is now self-employed. Anne Andras also graduated with a BBA in finance, and has worked as a homemaker raising the couple’s two children.

The couple now lives in Houston. Their daughter Cody is a senior at Elon University in North Carolina, and son Hunter will be a freshman at Texas Tech University this fall.